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The Freshwater Mussels (Unionoida) of the World
(and other less consequential bivalves)

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Unio sumatrensis Dunker, 1852: taxonomic history

Dunker, 1852, Z. Malak.: 52.

Type(s): TYPE ZMB_108722, Danau Luar, Sumatra.

Taxonomic History
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Pfeiffer et al. (2018).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Zieritz et al. (2018).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Bolotov et al. (2017).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Bolotov et al. (2017).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Lopes-Lima et al. (2017: 177).
=Rectidens sumatrensis Dunker, 1852. — Zieritz et al. (2016: 1071).
=Rectidens sumatrensis. — Affandi et al. (2013: 113).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — IUCN (2011).
=Rectidens sumatrensis Dunker, 1852. — Bogan (2010).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Graf & Cummings (2007: 311).
=Rectidens sumatrensis sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Haas (1969: 94).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — van Benthem Jutting (1953: 31).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Haas (1914: 232).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Simpson (1914: 1158).
=Rectidens sumatrensis (Dunker, 1852). — Simpson (1900: 853).
=Margaron (Unio) sumatrensis (Dunk.). — Lea (1870: 61).

= Rectidens sumatrensis

 
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